Did you know that around 1700 people are diagnosed with brain cancer in Australia annually and approximately 1200 die from the disease every year? Brain cancer kills more children in Australia than any other disease and more people under 40 than any other cancer. Despite killing so many people, research into brain cancer cures is one of the LEAST funded and in the past 20 years, survival rates have only increased marginally.
The Rotaract Club of Perth CBD will be sizzling up a storm on Saturday, 24 November, at Bunnings Morley to raise funds for Brain Cancer Research.
Cure Brain Cancer Foundation is dedicated to accelerating the development of new treatments to increase five-year survival from the current 20% to 50% by 2023. Find out more about the disease in the sections below.
We need a few volunteers (4-5 volunteers per shift) to pop on an apron and pop one on the barbie over the following shifts:
Shift 1 (7am to 10.15pm) – FILLED
Shift 2 (10.15am to 1.30pm) – FILLED
Shift 3 (1.15pm to 4.30pm) – 1 or 2 spots remaining
If you can’t help out, then simply join us for lunch! Every sausage sold contributes to a worthy cause 🙂 It will also be a great chance to pop down to Bunnings and sort out any tools and equipment you need to get your house in order for Christmas!
To RSVP, comment below with your preferred shift or email firstname.lastname@example.org